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Hassle-free nutrition; a relaxed approach to healthy eating.
Hassle-free nutrition; a relaxed approach to healthy eating.

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We're totally astounded by the mocha cookie crumble frappuccino containing 105.6g of sugar (26 teaspoons). At 695 calories, this particular drink contains more sugar than three Mars Bars and a ton of saturated fat. For a far healthier version that contains good fats and is packed full of antioxidants give our homemade version a try... http://www.eatdrinklivewell.com/a-healthy-frappuccino/

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Do you suffer from a nut allergy? See our guide to living with alllergy...

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Hot sunny days call for chilled jugs of water - but if you don't like drinking 'plain' water, instead of reaching for alternative soft drinks, give Infused Water a go; it tastes and looks amazing and is ultra-simple to prepare!

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Did you know that you can protect your skin from sun damage from the inside out? There are specific foods that can naturally counteract UV damage and help protect the skin from damage and ageing. Check out our guide to the best foods to eat in the sun here...

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For the best movie night snack that is satisfying and yet super healthy these kale chips tick all the boxes. Trust us, they're totally addictive and even dedicated kale haters (like my youngest daughter) will love them.

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Wimbledon is getting very exciting and we've scooped an interview with Greg Rusedski to find out how nutrition affected his game and how the current players enhance their performance though diet and supplements.

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This has to be the best summer cocktail ever and it's so good for you what's not to love!

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The question whether drinking coffee or not is a healthy thing to do is a hot debate. We look into this confusing issue in our article (and are still drinking coffee, albeit one cup a day!)

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We love this bit of research showing that mushrooms can make their own Vitamin D if left in the sun for up to an hour. What a great way to boost our levels!
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